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Past Episodes: February 2012 Archives

Group says mine plans overly optimistic

The group Rivers Without Borders is changing its approach towards opposing the Tulsequah Chief mine near Atlin, B.C.

The group has been against the project on purely environmental groups, but it has just released a new report warning potential investors the project will not be financially viable.

Click on the link below to hear Dave speak with Chris Zimmer of Rivers Without Borders.

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Deering and Down and the road to Memphis

localbeat.jpgIt's been a number of years since Lahna Deering and the Rev. Neil Down traded the comforts of Skagway, Alaska, for the bright lights of Memphis, but the move is working.

The sounds of their new home base are all over their latest record, Out There Somewhere.

And the record also includes appearances by some of the biggest names on the Memphis scene.

Click on the link below to hear Dave speak with Deering and Down.

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Lost smartphones more than just a headache

It may seem like a classic "first world" problem, but a lost smartphone can become a real problem, particularly if the mobile device is full of sensitive personal information.

Airplay's technology columnist knows this all too well, because Anshuman Iddamsetty's smartphone recently went on a walkabout.

Click on the link below to hear Anshuman speak with Dave.

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